Peach Ice Tea Recipe
Iced tea is one of my favorite drinks in the summer. It's easier than lemonade and at least as delicious as it is, and it's an excellent way to evaluate the tea left over from breakfast.
In the lemon iced tea recipe I have shared before, I mentioned that the recipe is not suitable for peach. But that didn't mean we couldn't make peach iced tea at home, of course. I also found the solution in making the recipe suitable for peaches. So, after boiling the peach and getting its aroma, I combined it with tea and sugar to create a very simple and risk-free recipe.
As I mentioned in the lemon iced tea recipe, fresh fruits rot in a very short time when left in water. Keep this in mind if you want to decorate your compote or juices with fresh fruits. For example, you can add mint leaves and a few strawberries to spice up your lemonade. But if you keep the strawberry in the lemonade for a long time, it will start to rot. Therefore, it is useful to do this just before the service.
In this recipe, it is possible to store the peach in the refrigerator for up to 4-5 days, as we completely remove the residue after cooking. But be sure that it does not last that long, especially in this heat, it ends in the same day.
- 2 peaches,
- 1 cup brewed tea,
- 1/2 cup sugar,
- 2,5 lt water.
- Wash the peaches and cut into quarters,
- Place into a pan and add water,
- Cook for 25 mins. in low heat,
- Remove from heat, cover the lid and set aside for 30 mins.,
- Drain the water and transfer to a pitcher,
- Add sugar and stir until the sugar dissolves,
- Add tea and stir,
- Set aside in the fridge until cold.